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Agencies across the county continue to work together to assist the thousands of residents caught up in the evacuation process following the severe flood warnings. Evacuation centres remain open in coastal areas for those who have been unable to seek refuge with friends or family.
Evacuation is nearing completion in the Great Yarmouth area, with thousands either relocated to rest centres or staying with family and friends.
We are operating an emergency only service today, we thank you for your co-operation
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Great Yarmouth Borough Council can confirm that seven homes have been affected at the Marrams, in Hemsby, due to increased coastal erosion over the last 24 hours.
Thousands of residents are being advised that there is no longer a need for them to stay away from their homes.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council can confirm that there was and is plenty of space at the rest centres in the borough.
With the tides in some parts of Norfolk yesterday reaching higher than in 1953, agencies are continuing to assess the impact the flood waters have had on homes, businesses and flood defences as they prepare for the risk of further flooding today.
Please be aware that all council offices will be open until 5 pm on Thursday 5 December, however all offices will close at 3 pm the following Thursday, 12 December.
GREAT Yarmouth Borough Council is issuing advice to residents to help prevent damp and mould in homes across the borough this winter.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has been successfully hiring out its historic Town Hall, in Hall Plain, as the ideal location for tying the knot, ever since it was granted a marriage licence last year.